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mountains of tennessee, for a breathtaking journey through the cherokee national forest. now, not much has changed here since this line was built in 1890. the hiwassee river rail adventure gives its passengers a glimpse of what it was like to travel on this railroad over a hundred years ago. let's head to the small town of etowah, tennessee, for our next trip, a place that owes a lot to its railroad history a history that's still being written today. a lot of towns can say they grew and prospered because of the railroad. but etowah, tennessee, owes its very existence to the ribbons of steel that rolled through here in the early part of the last century. >> and in 1902, the railroad came in and decided to position a town here, to be halfway between atlanta and cincinnati to change out crews. >> holt: the louisville & nashville railroad first built a depot, then a grid of streets. 2,800 employees followed and etowah grew up quick. then the depression hit, and a year later, the good times rolled to a stop. in 1930, the 2,800 railroad workers in town dropped to just 80. 102 businesses went ban
desire," tennessee williams -- they all had one thing in common. they choked to death. >> choking is very common, and with the proper training, you can learn how to help someone who might be choking. >> what is choking? >> choking occurs when something gets stuck in your throat. >> how do you know if someone's choking? >> if they can't make any noise, they can't cough, speak, breathe, then they're choking. they might even be making the universal choking sign, but it's important to know that if somebody's coughing or making any sort of squeaking sound, they're not actually choking. it's just the body trying to get the object out. >> so, what do we do? >> i've brought my friend cami here. she's gonna help us learn what to do if somebody is conscious and choking. so, first, i need to make sure she's choking. she's not making any sound. are you choking, cami? she might nod or make a big face at me. i'm gonna tell someone else to call 911, 'cause i want to make sure help is on the way. and i am gonna place one of my arms across her chest and have her bend forward, all the way, at the waist. an
the moisture still way back here across western parts of tennessee and northern mississippi. it's going to take a good while for it to get here. the air mass we have overhead is really, really dry. so most of those rain drops will evaporate before they get to the ground. that being said, our chilly and dry saturday will turn into a cloudy saturday night and an opportunity for some light rain showers or even some light snow showers coming through. again, not looking for much, if anything, in the way of accumulation. then the drier air and sunshine back in place by about noon tomorrow on into the early parts of the upcoming week. a relatively dry, clear stretch coming in. here we are at 1:00 in the morning. not much going on. cloudy skies around. maybe an opportunity for a little bit of moisture sneaking on in. with temperatures at or just below the freezing mark, some of that could add up to a little bit in the way of snow. how much snow? maybe up to an inch from essentially the i-95 corridor north and west. not going to be a big deal. conversational snowflakes at the most. today, sunshine this
across parts of the midsouth, towards memphis, tennessee. that moisture is racing in our direction. the air mass in place over us is really, really dry, so it's going to eat up most of the rain drops and the snowflakes as they come our way. nonetheless, late tonight, there may be a passing snowflake or two. temperates today in the low and mid-40s. we'll talk about your redskins forecast for your sunday afternoon coming up in just a few more minutes. >> all right, chuck. thank you. >>> new this morning, police and firefighters are investigating a fire that tore through a home where a woman had to be rescued. chopper 4 flew over the home just off the expressway last night. the woman was flown to the hospital with critical injuries. no word this morning on exactly how that fire started. >> another fire rescue yesterday. this one with a dog and a retired fire lieutenant springing into action. smoke poured from the home in maryland yesterday. inside, the homeowner who was hurt and couldn't get out, but she was in good hands. a retired firefighter was in the area and smelled the smoke. w
a real small town in east tennessee. and my mom, who raised three kids on her own, didn't have a college education but she just imbued in me this notion i could do anything i wanted to do. >> how did she do that? just tell you that every day or how do you feel she made -- >> well, she had very high expectations, and let me know that she expected me to do well in school. but when i would talk to her about, i might work in the white house some day or i'm interested in politics or bag lawyer, she never said -- she said, you'll have to study hard and make good grades because you'll need to get a scholarship because i won't be able to afford it. but she never said, -- the sky's the limit was her view. so i did go to law school, and in the early '80s, when i got out of law school, i went back to tennessee to practice, and was going around to law firms, and even at that it point there weren't that many women in the law firm and i had guys who interviewed me sit me down and say, you understand, if you come to the firm you have to try cases, you have to go to court. i said i'm excited about it. a
on interest rate futures could be increasing, leading to better profits. and the tennessee-based regional bank first horizon was up 4%. goldman sachs thinks the bank's earnings will be helped by lower foreclosure costs. in the materials sector fertilizer maker mosaic was in focus. shipments to asia slowed down last quarter but the help of an income tax benefit allowed mosaic to report better than expected profits. shares were up 3.3% in reaction, closing at their highest price since september. among the energy stocks seeing higher prices was the biggest one: exxon mobil. and exxon confirmed today it would be making a big investment to look for oil in canadian waters. exxon will spend $14 billion developing the hebron oil field. that's in the waters off newfoundland and labrador. exxon thinks it can find 700 million barrels of oil under those waters. the project represents another investment in finding oil and natural gas in north america. shares of exxon added a half percent. production is expected to start in 2017. exxon owns a third of the project, the largest share among its partners. late
.fym?úíkb"]wújs"wáljgá;;hmmc[)and the tennessee-based regional bank first horizon was up 4%. goldman sachs thinks the bank's earnings will be helped by lower foreclosure costs. in the materials sector fertilizer maker mosaic was in focus. shipments to asia slowed down last quarter but the help of an income tax benefit allowed mosaic to report better than expected profits. shares were up 3.3% in reaction closing at their highest price since september. among the energy stocks seeing higher prices was the biggest one: exxon mobil. and exxon confirmed today it would be making a big investment to look for oil in canadian waters. exxon will spend $14 billion developing the hebron oil field. that's in the waters off newfoundland and labrador. exxon thinks it can find 700 million barrels of oil under those waters. the project represents another investment in finding oil and natural gas in north america. shares of exxon added a half percent. production is expected to start in 2017. exxon owns a third of the project, the largest share among its partners. late this year drug maker eli lilly wil
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the monthly when she could buy on tra appetizers in restaurants. i am a southerner, i am from tennessee, and i think understanding jefferson in his regional context and national context and political context is important. he was a master of politics, whether it was ideologically driven or geographically driven. there is something president about a ferociously divided atmosphere, big issues at stake, and a president whose tall, cool, sir regrow, pretty good at politics but doesn't like to admit it, having the government in a fractious atmosphere, something seems familiar about that. two quick stories about jefferson to give you two sides of him quickly. matthew davis, an office seeker from new york goes to monticello trying to get an appointment. he would have fit right in, travels to lobby for the job. he was number loyalist, jefferson not so much a blur loyalists. i shad to my hamiltonian friend that at least my guide didn't get shot in managers eat. [laughter] >> of species founders, the most likely to of send mails was alexander hamilton. i want to get that on the record and move on. that y
been shaking before it went down. the plane had been headed to a knoxville, tennessee airport. also, this funnel cloud was also spotted in miami dade county. >> jacqueline: we did enjoy some sunny skies and warmer temperatures even low 60s in redwood city. 59 in fremont. santa rosa, richmond, 57 degrees in san francisco but temperatures are dropping off, dramatically. 37 and fairfield. 41 novato and we are going to see more cold temperatures. mostly clear skies. some high clouds but this wider view shore mid tail end of this system is approaching the coast. it is going to make its way to the bay area over night. temperatures are going to drop into the 30's. cooling will be halted. it is still going to be chilly. and in decreasing cloud coverage for the day with afternoon rainfall. late afternoon rainfall. timing it out. >> coming up i will give up some high end headphones these are endorsed by michael phelps.. and swappable and you can purchase each piece and upgrade to build your perfect pair www.kron4.com ... >> these fires are ron san francisco a round--san francisco sleep train
went right through her district in tennessee. steve palazzo of mississippi represents a district that suffered extensive damage from hurricane katrina. yet today palazzo voted no to help the victims of hurricane sandy. when severe flooding damaged paul ryan's district in wisconsin, ryan made sure his constituents got government help. his quote was i have been inspired by the support and cam passion demonstrated by wisconsinites who have reached out to help their neighbors in need. he said at this the time. today ryan made no mention of compassion, noting it would be irresponsible to raise an insolvent program's debt ceiling without making necessary reforms. and of course he voted no. joining me tonight, "daly show" co-creator lizz winstead. i guess there are no boundaries when it comes to politics in this country. great to have you with us tonight, lizz. >> thanks, ed. >> what do you make of all of this? >> living here, and also when the -- when the tornadoes hit in minneapolis, i was there helping those folks too with a fantastic mayor r.t. ryeback. so watching this hit my neigh
president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the great state of tennessee seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears there from that of my row of the commonwealth of massachusetts received 11 votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received 11 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, other certificate of electoral vote of the state of texas seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that mitt romney of massachusetts received a 38 votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received 38 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, and received a packet of electoral vote of the state of utah seems to be regular in form and order, and it appears that mitt romney of massachusetts received six votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received six votes for vice president. >> mr. president, august ticket of the electoral vote of the state of vermont seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received three votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received three votes for
will -- electoral vote of the great state of tennessee appears to be regular in form and authentic and it appears there from that mitt romney of the commonwealth of massachusetts received 11 votes for president and paul ryan of the state of wisconsin received 11 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the great state of texas seems to be regular in form and authentic and it appears there from that mitt romney of the commonwealth of massachusetts received 38 votes for president and paul ryan and the state of wisconsin received 38 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of utah seems to be regular in form and authentic and it appears there from that mitt romney of the commonwealth of massachusetts received six votes for president and paul ryan of the state of wisconsin received six votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of vermont seems to be regular inform and authentic and it appears there from the barack obama of the state of illinois receive
to kentucky to maryland and delaware. also excluded the entire state of tennessee. so, it was the prince pple military order, and lincoln's use of the war powers provision to essentially strip the confederacy of enslaved people as laborers, as the backbone of holding up the infrastructure of the south, and indeed, prosecuting the war, and made possible the eventual end of slavery, sfwlu a lot that hapbut happened in between. >> that strategic point is so critical, because the lincoln who we often think of and i still sort of get teary eyed at the lincoln memorial, and we have emotions there. >> and it is more than a marble structure. >> and martin luther king, and mary anderson and that sort of thing, but it was strategic rather than principled in some really critical ways, and that is why it is the rebellious states and not the border states. >> yes, absolutely it was strategic, but one of the things that is important is from the very beginning as a senatorial candidate, as a presidential candidate, lincoln was in fact committed to the end of slavery as a principled matter and made it very c
in chattanooga, tennessee. volkswagen wants to expand up to a million vehicles a year in the united states. there is some expectation they can't unless they put on a new building. host: and observation says g.m. sales up to government were up 79% but how does that contribute as far as overall sales? guest: fleet sales are still important for g.m., ford and chrysler and toyota. they can make up to a third of total sales. in the past, sales were seen as a pressure release valve. there were considered unprofitable sales. there were considered a way to keep a factory running. and the costlout's of the past couple years, that you changed a bit. -- view changed a bit. the companies do not have nearly as much unused factory capacity. the sales are seen as not as much of a burden as they once were. host: what is it looking like, employment was, within these major companies? guest: the auto industry added 4000 manufacturing jobs. it is not up to nearly word was before the crash of 2008. there is a chance for extended employment. you cannot get to the sales figures they're expecting without bringing
down. the plane had been headed to a knoxville, tennessee >> in the skies over south florida - funnel clouds were spotted today. it happened in southwestern miami-dade county. a news helicopter captured one of the small funnels forming out of the clouds. and at one point you can see a passenger jet - which seems to fly just above the funnel. so far. there have been no reports of any of the funnels touching down. >> a black-and-white photo showing a teenaged lady diana spencer has surfaced. it's set to go up for auction later this month. the un-published picture of the future princess was given to a newspaper the day after she and prince charles announced their engagement. it shows diana looking relaxed.lying alongside a male friend. editors at the paper decided not to use it and even stamped "not to be published" across it. the bidding starts at 200- dollars. >> jacqueline: a pretty nice afternoon. we are going to see warmer temperatures. but temperatures will be dropping the later today with this system pressing through. it will linger towards a sunday. drier weather expected for mon
, tennessee. advocat volkswagen wants to expand up to a million vehicles a year in the united states. there is some expectation they can't unless they put on a new building. host: and observation says g.m. sales up to government were up 79% but guest: fleet sales are still an important factor. they can make up as much as a third of total sales depending on the auto maker. in the past fleet sales were seen as a pressure release valve of sorts. they were considered unprofitable sales, a way to keep the factory running even when you didn't have enough demand from customers. after the bailouts and the cost cutting of the past couple years that view has changed a little bit. fleet sales have a bit of profit now. and the companies don't have nearly as much unused factry capacity, which is the profit killer in the auto industry. so these sales are seen as not as much of a burden as they once were. host: turn around the economy from the auto worker. what's it looking like employment wise within these major companies that build cars? guest: employment's been pretty strong. the industry added
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